Top Sights to Visit in Glendora, CA

Top Sights to Visit in Glendora, CA

Big Tree Park 

Big Tree Park 

One of Glendora’s earliest residents, Mr. Edgar J. Owens planted the Big  Tree in late 1880’s. Ficus Macrophylla is the common name for the tree.

Glendora Historical Society

The Society’s General Meeting is held at 7:00 pm in the Bidwell Forum of  Glendora Public Library (140 S. Glendora Ave.), on the fourth Monday of  each month of January, March and May, July, August, September,  September, October, November, and December. 

Rubel Castle

Rubel Castle

It is often referred to as the “San Gabriel Valley’s Watts Towers”. The  structure is located on a 1.7-acre citrus orchard that Rubel bought in  1959. In 1986, he and his friends finished construction. 

Colby Trail

Colby Trail

Experience this 1.4-mile out-and-back trail near Glendora, California. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 56 min to complete.  

Haugh Performing Center

The Robert Haugh Performing Arts Center, (HPAC), is a theater with 1440 seats on the Los Angeles campus of Citrus College.

Oakdale Mortuary & Memorial Park

The award-winning Oakdale Mortuary covers an area of approximately 118  acre and offers a tranquil setting with a pond, fountain, and both flush  to the ground and upright monuments.